iPad with retina display addictive

January 31, 2014 Review Print Print
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If it’s possible to become addicted to a piece of electronics, the Apple iPad with retina display will be the one to do it.

The sleek design, lightweight and size are perfect to fit in a purse or book bag to take anywhere you go.

I found it to be extremely user friendly and anyone with a smartphone will pick it up quite easily. The touch screen is the perfect size for web surfing.

The iPad is responsive and there are a wide variety of applications available through the apps store, such as iCloud and iBook.

Photograph quality is good and you have a choice of Skyping with a friend or recording a video on FaceTime, then sharing it.

The graphics are crisp, and the speed between selecting and loading applications is amazing.

If you want to lie in bed reading yourself to sleep or watching a movie on Netflix, this is the perfect way to do it.

The sound quality is quite clear and actually better than on my Sony VAIO.

There are plenty of free books to choose from in the iBookstore on a variety of subjects, including classics, SciFi and how-to books.

Games are fun to play and I find that my scores are better on the iPad than with my laptop.

All in all, you can’t go wrong in deciding to purchase this iPad.

Just prepare to lose sleep because you’ll have a hard time putting it down.

I did mention that it was addictive, didn’t I?

Rating: A+

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